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You all know how shy I am about tooting my own horn...

Posted by bill_vincent (billvincent@hotmail.com) on
Sun, Apr 23, 06 at 23:46

I'm always so shy about showing my work and giving my opinions...

STOP LAUGHING!!!! :-)

And check it out:

http://www.remodeling.hw.net/industry-news.asp?sectionID=157&articleID=280646

http://powerpr.com/articles/articles.asp?include=971


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RE: You all know how shy I am about tooting my own horn...

You're gonna have all the Super Tilematics you can store for the rest of your life, Bill :)


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RE: You all know how shy I am about tooting my own horn...

Cool! Toot away!


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RE: You all know how shy I am about tooting my own horn...

Fly-- Nope. I even tried to get a deal on the floor model G2 saw they had at Coverings, which is brand new this year, and no dice!! I got this nice Target sweatshirt though!! (?)

John Bridge started a thread in the Pros Hangout at his site, and as I said there, the articles are actually more about the saws, than anything else. What I got out of it was the exposure, which DOES help, so it's kind of a wash. :-)


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Aw man, Bill--they didn't even give you a saw??? "I provided some amazing ad copy to Target, and all I got was this lousy sweatshirt!" We should start a petition :) Exposure's good, but they should reward you more.


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Bill! You're a tile guy? No way would I have ever guessed. I always pictured you with a beret, a paintbrush & an easel by the side of a river; never with tile and tile saw. Huh. Goes to show you.

Hopefully you get a kickback for that awesome plug. But yeah, exposure's good too! :-) Good for you.


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It's a very cool thing to see your name and quotes written up as authoritative! Of course, we here already know Bill's a great guy who shares great advice!


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Bill, YOU shy? *shock*

ROFLMAO!!!

Could I have your autograph?????


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what i want to know is if your partner on the TGI Friday's job then went out and bought himself a Target saw???

The article makes him look...ummm...not too bright if he didn't...

:)


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Nope-- he stuck with an MK. As for not being too bright, he thought he could get away with scamming the books. That's why he's not my partner any more. Also why I didn't name him in the article.

Nuff said.


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RE: You all know how shy I am about tooting my own horn...

well, I guess he *is* an eejit! I only know you from this forum, and *i'd* be afraid of scamming you.... LOL! :-0

I ust drove through Millbury yesterday---I'll have to look for the TGI Friday's next time I'm there...


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It's right off (I believe) 147 at the shopping center right off the highway. It's right at the top of the hill as you drive into the shopping center.

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RE: You all know how shy I am about tooting my own horn...

gee whiz....

and to think we knew you *when*

:)

Bill I need to send you pics of the powder room floor (remember the marble mosaic??). It's GORGEOUS!! Thanks to your advice, DH's installation talent, and my unparalleled, inate, design sense. ;)

Ivette


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RE: You all know how shy I am about tooting my own horn...

Ivette-- you're ALMOST as modest as I am!! LMAO I'll be looking for them!


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RE: You all know how shy I am about tooting my own horn...

What- no photos! Boo....


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